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? >>> the google diet. has google discovered the key to being effortlessly healthy inside its own offices. the secrets of the google cafeter cafeteria. >>> shaun white hits the slopes with cameras to bring us this >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, everyone, i'm terry moran. glad to have you with us tonight. across the animal kingdom, gifts are an important part of the mating ritual. some bird woo their mates with fresh caught fish. humans, we opt for shiny rocks. and now, some dating web sites are cutting straight to the give and take, connecting young women with rich, older men to trade their youth and beauty for his cash and prizes. we have got our first look inside the mutually beneficial arrangements last summer. tonight we bring you the jetsetting new twist on the sugar baby dating game. here is abc's alex perez. >> reporter: you never know where you are going to find love, online, through a friend, possibly even at your doorstep. but for the right price, and legally, a young college student can come knocking. >> good to see you. >> reporter: mee
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's better but many regard google's app as better. cook has yet to deliver his own breakthrough product. with competitors like samsung setting their own sales records, cook phase his first real test -- faces his first real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> i'm carol costello. thank you very much for joining me today. "cnn newsroom" continues right now with ashley ban field. >>> thank you very much, carol. hello, nice to have you with us. there is nothing like an election to focus the attention of lawmakers and presidents. just look at how fast immigration reform went back on the front burner after president obama won more than 70% of the hispanic vote in november. as we speak, the president is en route to nevada. a state that he carried by more than six points over mitt romney despite an imploding economy there. any guesses who kept that state blue? the president is pitching a comprehensive immigration rewrite that may sound a lot like the senate plan that was unveiled yesterday. however, it will not sound identical. cnn's brianna keilar joins me from the white hous
secretive countries on the planet. but its cover is being blown a little bit. all thanks to a new google map that's being unveiled today. here is google's previous map of north korea. pretty plain vanilla, blank slate so to speak. and now this is what you see when you tune in. it's changed. now labels are overing from pyongyang's subway stops to monuments and hotels and department stores. google says the project has been in the works for years. don't jump to any conclusions. even though the map shows location of one of the knew lags, the huge prison -- gulags, the huge prison camp 22, the spokesperson says there's no connection between the map and details and that trip to north korea that we witnessed by the google chief, eric schmidt, three weeks ago.'d it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work
>> we're focusinwhile facebook e no. 1 spot lot google account for the next five most popular app maps, will pl\ withgoogler google maps, ai tunes. new numbers from the commerce or show facebook with the most popular mobile app in the u.s. in 2012. google maps sell a top spot until october. what facebook may have the no. 1 spot locked up google account for the next five most popular apps . after maps, google play, google search,gmail and you tube or the top apps on android and idle as the fis is in theha
another high-tech giant that was in the news this week. google recently beat an antitrust. what was that all about? does it still face other antitrust suits? >> google has been through the ringer when it comes to dealing with the feds both in america and abroad. antitrust is a big part of that whole enchilada there. extremely competitive. they will do just about whatever it takes to make a profit. with something like yelp what they were doing was pulling in reviews, pulling in yelp content into google products. it's kind a search edgenngine's to bring in others. they were doing it in a way yelp thought was unfair. they were looking into that. it was a long, grueling case. i'm sure google will face many like it in their history. >> apple and google, taken together, what implications can we draw about the speed of silicon valley? >> that's huge. that's a huge question. you've got these two huge companies doing really, really different things. you know, one is in hardware. one is almost entirely in software. i think what we can learn, what we can say absolutely, is that the future
, microsoft and google, who haven't necessarily managed to get a lot of traction. now, the problem here is not that that's not a good idea, but let's use an analogy and go back to financial services. i don't think we would have been successful in changing consumer behavior around financial services if we'd digitized their bank statements because people don't look at their bank statement every day, most people don't look at it ever. what we did was to digitize the engagement transactions that people do every day. now, at that point once you turn that digital hinge, you can go a lot of places. so electronic health records will come, but they respect the hinge. they are in the space and will emerge once we've figured out the reasons why people will shift their behavior. by the way, this is a very major trend. it's the shift from the 20th to 21st century. 20th century everything is about buildings, people and products. so you go to a bookstore, you see a -- [inaudible] and you find a book. in the 21st century it's about software, services and mobile platforms. so you go to your tablet, you
was here a and we have -- and we have all kinds of businesses. twitter, google, zynga, it is pretty incredible. what has happened. a lot of things going on. our budget, we have a mess, i inherited a budget deficit of $26 billion. we have cut that substantially. from the mortgage meltdown that occurred because of the bad decisions and this behavior throughout our economy, the revenue in california is up 23%. that is a big number. america, the asset values were destroyed, something like $7 trillion. a lot of that was a bubble. that was popped and resulted -- we have had to manage a difficult situation. even before the bubble popping, there was excess. because the money flows in in a regular amounts, when money is good, everybody feels good. when $14 billion came in, they thought they were king of the mountain and spend it. arnold came in to clean it up. a couple years later, he left town and $26 billion this year. this has been the nature for the last decade, kicking the can down the road. not talking straight. the way it is. the way it is, it is a tale of two cities. there is fabulou
. upper 50s from sacramento to phoenix. >>> and when we come back this morning, google maps. where it's never gone before. >>> plus, a major retailer's about-face. good news for bargain-hunters. >>> and barbara's health battle. a surprising diagnosis for our friend and colleague, barbara walters. >>> welcome back, everybody. another major union sees clear skies for an american airlines merger. the transport workers union has agreed to terms if the bankrupt carrier merges with u.s. airways, giving its 21,000 ground workers an immediate race if there's a deal. pilots and flight attendants are already onboard. and a decision on the merger is expected in the next few weeks. >>> a gott agency says the treasury department was too generous. it approved all 18 requests for raises for executives at bailed-out companies like general motors and aig. 14 of those raises were for $100,000 to $2 million. the treasury department says it had to allow the raises for the companies to stay competitive. >>> sales are coming back to jcpenney stores. the company had stopped sales. but buyers didn't buy it a
of china. >>> google maps used to show north korea as a blank, vast morass. now, suddenly, those looking to get around in the most shutoff nation in the modern world can rely on google maps. they are detailed enough to show pyongyang subway stops and they show the famous gulags, which the map labels concentration camps. a lot of people found it interesting this comes just after google executive chairman eric schmitt visited north korea. >>> and of all the honors tina fey has received, this one is at least tastier than a golden globe. to mark the final episode of "30 rock" this thursday night on nbc, ben & jerry are launching "30 rock, the ice cream." they resisted temptation to do a liz lemon sorbet. we learn the actual ingredients finale. >>> up next here tonight, it's all happening at the zoo. and these days, that means personal electronics. >>> finally tonight, attention all humans who have ever struggled with an electronic device. the national zoo in washington has equipped its apes with ipads, and they found some very specific apps that are proving both highly attractive and highly
bursting, where essentially, is used by google and other folks, there's not one computer called there's a basilian sitting behind a thing. there is a concept called load balancing, and it has been augmented of late with the ability to dynamically spinoff new instances of server applications in response to spikes in demand. the general concept called cloud bursting allows you to do that across multiple cloud vendors, so you could do it across amazon and various other people say you could get geographic diversity and so on. people doing this extremely well, for example, would be netflix. many of you in this room i'm sure use the netflix. what they did is dynamically throw what is this is as more and more people click on movies that they want to watch. so then what they are doing is as the need scales, they then have the ability -- they pay them, and, of course, it drops off as soon as the need drops off as well. so they end up essentially paying for average demand. the technology is widely deployed around the world. >> as kind of a follow-up, individuals often use cloud servi
on google mapsthe maps show golf courses to detention camps for political prisoners. google says it used information volume untoward by ordinary citizens outside the country mostly from south korea. north koreans cannot access google. have a great tuesday. i am rob nelson. >>> only on 2 this morning a pastor from a baptist church in cecil county closed his church this for good after a series of crimes have taken place there targeting the house of god. abc2 news jeff hager has more on the final chapter. >> this one is left is the baby girl. >> reporter: this family that prayed together has stayed together here at first mount carmel baptist church in northeast. lesson -- less and wanda were married here les and wanda were mareied here and all their children want eyed here and heer ised as the pastor as his father. >> he never took a dime for doing the work and he guess that's instilled in me. i worked here for 14 years and never would let them give me anything. >> reporter: but now he is taken all he can stand. >> but they took a brick from over there that block and threw it through the wi
more on that coming up as well. following eric schmidt, google ads north korea to google maps. how about that. let's go back to nicole petallides. pfizer shares are on the move. nicole: that is right. this is a stock that everyone has been focused on. they have faced intense generic competition for lipitor. they have seen sales drop in that particular area. pfizer up 3.2% right now. they have a pending sales of a nutrition unit. that is something certainly giving them a boost. they're pain drugs, they also have a sizable market for river toward arthritis. this is why they are doing well. buybacks have been very shareholder friendly over 52 weeks. and spending cuts is something else that pfizer has been working on. how is the dow doing right now. of about 52 points right now. hello, we are at the height of the day. 13,944. connell: getting close. thank you. president obama getting set to unveil his plan for immigration reform. he will have that later in the day from las vegas. haley barbour joins us now. the politics of this have been really talked about a lot. in fact, we talked ab
uniteing quality, innovation. >> what are you wearing? what's on your head? >> the google glass. it's a little project i've been looking at. it's one of the main focuses now that i shift doing more r & d. the idea is you want to be free to experience the world without fussing with a phone. you may not have noticed but i took a picture of you and you're making eye contact with me. if i whipped out the phone, it would be very different. >> how do i know you're not making that up? i literally can see the image that you photographed? does it reflect on--let's take a look. what is it? do you have to push anything? what did you do to make that work? >> i'm operating it backwards. it's not something--don't touch the pad on the side. >> gavin: there it is. >> that's somebody's finger, let me push the money. >> gavin: that's me, and you zoom right in. amazing. so this is something you guys have been working on at google for how long? >> this has been, you know, two or three years now but i've been much more involved just in the past year. >> gavin: and where did it come from? is this part of
earnings after the bell. ibm and google helped fuel the tech rally, thanks to their strong results last night. the dow jumped 67 points, the nasdaq added 10, and the s&p was up two points. also powering the rally, news that washington lawmakers passed a short term debt ceiling deal. the u.s. house of representatives gave the okay to a republican plan to suspend the debt limit until may 19. democrats in the senate now say they'll pass it too. darren gersh reports. >> reporter: the debt ceiling suspension came with a couple strings attached. if senate democrats don't pass a budget-- something they haven't done for four years-- members of congress won't get paid until they do. >> this bill simply says, "congress, do your job." when i grew up in wisconsin, if you had a job and you did the work, then you got paid. if you didn't do the work, you didn't get paid. it's that simple. >> house democrats called the pay ploy a gimmicknd saia 90 day reprieve from default simply moves the crisis back. >> for the last two years, we've heard from our republican colleagues economic uncertainty is bad for
. the once undisputed king of tech has seen its marketshare eroded by the likes of apple and google. but, as ruben ramirez reports, microsoft may be gearing up for a makeover. >> reporter: microsoft may be best known for it's windows operating system but word that it could sink about $3 billion into dell may give investors a clue about what it sees in its future. >> similar to dell, microsoft really is a company that is strapped for growth right now so access to a potentially new growth avenue could be beneficial for microsoft. >> reporter: one growth area is the consumer space. microsoft launched the surface tablet this past fall-- it's first foray into the hardware space. >> people like to do everything on something that is light and portable and fast and they want to do more and more and more. >> reporter: analysts say the surface has been slow to gain traction with consumers, partly because of its higher price point, but come february its expected to launch a business version of the surface, pushing deeper into the enterprise space as everyone from consumers to business users say goo
care. you'll notice that there are two big companies that tried to do that, microsoft and google, who have not necessarily managed to get a lot of traction. the problem is not that it is not a good idea, but let's use an analogy and go back to financial services. i do not think we would have been successful in changing consumer behavior around financial services because of digitizing bank statements. people do not look at their bank statements every day. most people do not look at it ever. you have to engage people with transactions they do every day. at that point, once you turn that digital hand, you can go a lot places. the electronic health records will come, but they are not a hinge. they are in that space and will emerge once we have figured out the reasons why people will shift their behavior. by the way, this is a very major trend. it is a shift from the 20th to the 21st century. the 20th century, everything was about building people and products. you go to a bookstore and you'll see a prop and you buy a book. in the 21st century, it is about software, services, and mobile pla
on an event fwlapd a cloak of secrecy. >> who fwoonts see a double bus? >> last spring in google conference the co-founder announced project glass in a stunt. but the real surprise. >> this is a new technology. we want. >> developers lined up to is use smart glass that's can photograph your skplif feed you relevant information. and i think google glasses are going to capture attention because it's been a while. since we've been offered a new gizno. >> now, developers are getting word that they've soon signed an agreement and may not be able to take it out of the building or use them with personal accounts. >> google looks like area 51. >> despite secrecy, plenty of people are talking about project glass. >> and it's futuristic. >> i think it will allow you to have more access to your environment. you're never realizing what is around you if you do, you might spot sergio wearing the glasses. >> we have him on a subway we're sitting opposite a serious big data geek on the train. >> it looks like a public relations plan as every tech company seems to be working on glasses google is working on
to the industry leader google. so within search they did perform 14% growth year-over-year. that was seen as very strong. investors are applauding am we'll see if that continues. they certainly have a long way to go. this has not been a strong point in recent years for the company. >> no, it hasn't. i mean google of course a big competitor and facebook in more recent years, marissa maher the new c.e.o. came in in july from google. she's promised to take yahoo! back to its roots. what are yahoo!'s roots? >> yeah, a leg part of the run-up in the stock, since she joined is because of the realization of the monday at thization of the asian assets, particularly alibabban also potentially yahoo! japanment but right now the big question is can yahoo! come a little bit back in terms of display and search. those are its roots. and right now this quarter shows a little bit of headway but it remains a show-me story and right now the valuation is factors in a good amount of optimism based on this new and vibrant c.e.o.. >> let's talk about that. why-- you can certainly earning the exclamation point in the co
clicks at google. seems like she brought that over to yahoo!. it is getting investors excited and they're doing well with it. david: display revenue, display ad revenue has been disappointing. shibani joshi has been following this for a while. i guess investors are satisfied with what's happening in that area? >> i think all around, david, this is a pretty good report. we've got paid clicks up. we've got revenues minus ad compensation also up. in the earnings report marisa meyer went on to say i'm proud of yahoo!'s 2012 and fourth quarter results. in 2012 yahoo! exhibited revenue growth for the first time in four years with revenue up 2% year-over-year. remember it was last quarter that the company actually saw ad revenue decline or flat. and she described that quarter as disappointing. so for her to come the very next quarter to say that she is is, she is satisfied and she is proud is a big turn of events in a very short amount of time. cheryl: shibani, the other thing we're talking about with regards to this report is obviously mobile. can they make ways into the mobile space versus
a live discussion about gun control. the fireside hangout on google social network google plus is the first of a series of conversations with top administration officials. he is taking questions about the push for increased gun control of president obama. the live chat will go until 11:15 this morning so you have seven more minutes. to join the conversation goes to our website for a link at on "see it on tv." >> a big announcement on the role of women in the military. >> secretary of state, hillary clinton, introduced the man likely to replace her, to congress. >> a new twist in manti te'o hoax. the person posing as his girlfriend on the testimony may really have been a man disguising his with this flu season being the most severe in years, it's important to follow cdc guidelines to help protect your family. wash your hands often. and clean your surfaces using a disinfectant to prevent the spread of cold and flu viruses. you can trust lysol because lysol disinfectant spray is approved to kill twice as many germs than any other disinfectant spray. and with lysol no-
she is doing superbowl week. google has just released first detailed maps of one of the world's most secretive nations, north korea. it shows golf courses to detention camps. the company says it relied on information from north korean citizens living outside the country. vast majority can't access google. the company's chairman made a visit to north korea earlier this month. >> finally a famous daredevil has done it again. take a look, hold your breath. there is tightrope walker nick walenda. it was windy this morning in sarasota when the record holder carried out the stunt 200 feet above the ground without a safety harness or net. the cables were moving quite a built. he used a 45 pound pole to help him out. him out. ys of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visi
week. google has just released first detailed maps of one of the world's most secretive nations, north korea. it shows golf courses to detention camps. the company says it relied on information from north korean citizens living outside the country. vast majority can't access google. the company's chairman made a visit to north korea earlier this month. >> finally a famous daredevil has done it again. take a look, hold your breath. there is tightrope walker nick walenda. it was windy this morning in sarasota when the record holder carried out the stunt 200 feet above the ground without a safety harness or net. the cables were moving quite a built. he used a 45 pound pole to help him out. gee, that is all w before copd... i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms.
to be reopened. >>> google maps used to show a blank area for north korea. but now suddenly after google chairman eric smith visited, the maps are detailed enough to show subway stops and the focus concentration camps. >>> a medical miracle story of six weeks ago he received a new pair of arms. >> now i can move my elbow. this was my elbow, the one i had before. i can rotate a little bit. this arm is pretty much not much movement at all. not yet. >> he says he's getting a second chance and his goal is to compete again in sports. most of ul, drive his car. >>> now for a look at stocks. the dow gets closer to 14,000 after rising 72 points yesterday. the s&p and nasdaq were mixed. overseas trading saw a boost. >>> it's a busy day on wall street. we'll see if amazon's stock continues to rise. it shot up after the bell thanks to strong quarterly revenue. also chesapeake got a late boost on their ceo is stepping down and will leave the company april 1st. lot of eyes will be on research in motion when the black berry 10 is released this morning. investors could be digesting economic news. economic growt
, google, amazon, etc., you are using consumer application clout services. just so we realize how far we have transition, i was with a stanford did about two months ago, and i'm giving her the lecture on what is cloud computing, and i start that way. i say once upon a time, consumer applications used to get installed on your pc and update and all that, as she looks at me and said, "i've heard of this thing. isn't it called a floppy disk?" [laughter] what many of you guys probably do not know is on the business application front, this has similarly happen in a very different way. nearly every business application -- when i talk about business applications, and talking about financial customer relationships systems, purchasing, hr, web analytics, all the software business is used to automate their businesses. what you may not know is in the past 10 years, every business application software company which has gone public has been delivered as a cloud service. nobody does it in the new world the old way anymore. is all delivered as a cloud service. this ranges from -- many of you are in san
sunday. >>> google maps used to show a vast blank area for north korea, the most shutoff nation in the modern world but after google chairman eric schmidt visited it detailed enough to see pyongyang and the concentration camps. >>> a medical miracle story of a u.s. army veteran who lost all four of his limbs and underwent a roarkable translate procedure. six weeks ago brendan marrocc received new arms. >> now, i can move this. this arm is pretty much no movement at all. not yet. >> marrocco said he's getting a second chance and his goal is to compete in sports but most of all drive his car. >>> and new york city mayor bloomberg has high praise for joe biden. he said you know, joe biden, you can say what you want but he's got a set of -- >>> the dow rising 72 points yesterday. the s&p and nasdaq were mixed. overseas trading saw a boost. nikkei shot up 270 points while the hang seng climbed 156. it's a busy morning on wall street. we'll see if amazon stock continues to rise. also keep an eye on chesapeake today the energy company got news, aubreay mcclendon is stepping down and wi
googled his cell phone number. >> so this is the website i was directed to. >> reporter: personal stories from dozens of women, all of them duped by the same guy. >> so it was like this perfect guy died. he doesn't exist. poof, he's gone. >> reporter: turns out it may not be a guy at all. those photos he sent are of somebody else. >> that's the guy i thought i was talking to. >> reporter: who apparently had no clue his image was being used as the bait. walters says she now believes her catfish is a woman who lives in ohio who's been doing this to people for ten years. >> i really think the only thing she gets out of it is hurting people. >> reporter: that may be the biggest mistery. why would someone do this to somebody else, sometimes for years? in manti te'o's case, the alleged perpetrator is this man, ronaiah tuiasosopo, and his alleged accomplice. >> i don't think anybody knows specifically why somebody would choose to catfish someone. we can only hypothesize that it has to do with power and control. >> reporter: and unless there's a demand for money, it's not necessarily a crime. >>
phone sales. among other technology sales, ibm and google beat expectations as did microsoft and netflix. >>> there aren't a lot of people out there who were right about what would happen over the last five years, but harvard university professor ken rogoff was. he was on the money with some very accurate predictions about the economy, about where the markets would go post financial crisis. what's next for america and the global economy? ken rogoff joining me once again with some answers. ken, good to see you. >> good to see you. >> thanks so much for joining us. how would you describe the mood in davos and how would you see the economy today five years post the crisis? >> it's a strange mood in davos, where people are not euphoric. in fact, you talk to heads of multinational corporations, businesspeople around the world, they say, you know, things aren't even as good as i thought they would be this quarter, but they're calmer. there's a feeling that the world is not going to fall apart. you hear more about geopolitical risk, cyber security, d less about europe's going to blow up tomorro
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